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player a banana baby from the 1930s and blue blood actress jennifer he is po seat toe have in common? >> sill back you have celiac disease. the worst case i have ever seen. >> it is what happens with food and what is in it becomes your enemy. >> i am ar they will neville. >> i am bill hemmer. this is "fox files." >>> oo december 28th, 2011, sub zero temperatures and a winter snow grip north korea as the world's most secretive and oppressive country laid to rest its supreme leader kim jong-il. the world got a glimpse into the sealed off nation. strong of north koreans lined the route of the funeral procession in a ritual of bizarre mourning. it is unclear if it was genuine or motivated fear. >> people probably understood what would hap perspen if they t show this mourning. >> the state was working over time after his death. they were insuring north koreans did not deviate from official ideology. >> they created the most oppressive society in arguably human history. >> there's a fear of a blackmer said that will show up to your home one day and take you off. >> you say there are tens o
. jennifer nelson began working with me four years ago and through some downturns in the economy ended up having to leave and take a different job, was making pretty darn good money. and a year ago december jennifer approached me and said, i hate my job. she says, but i loved the nonprofit. so, jennifer. [laughter] >> please come up. (applause) >> this wouldedthctionv have happened without her. and phoenix is going to be 2013 or 2014 graffiti international. thank you, graffiti fighters. (applause) >> it's cocktail time. [laughter] ... (music) >> herb theatre,open rehearsal. listen to the rehearsal. i think it is fun for them, they see our work process, our discussions, the decisions we make. it is good for us. we kind of behavior little bit when we have people in the audience. msk (music) >> we are rehearsing for our most expensive tour; plus two concerts here. we are proud that the growth of the orchestra, and how it is expanded and it is being accepted. my ambition when i came on as music director here -- it was evident we needed absolutely excellent work. also evident to me that i tho
people. terrorists who came to kill americans. >>brian: came here to kill people. jennifer griffin standing by. it started before 11:00 last night when an m.i.t. campus police officer was shot and killed, this after responding to a report of a disturbance on campus. a short time later police responding to a carjacking at a convenience store that led to a chase into the streets of a watertown neighborhood. there were reports of explosives being detonated. >>eric: we want to acknowledge our affiliates who are with us also. we want to go to bill hemmer. you've been there all morning long reporting from the scene of the boston bombings. what's the latest? set the scene. >> we are at copley square, near the finish for the marathon on morning. ten miles west of here past fenway park and kendall square is where you'd come across the m.i.t. campus and watertown, massachusetts. moments ago classes were announced they're closed today at m.i.t. classes closed at harvard. bus service throughout boston has been service. the t-service, boston commuter line, has been suspended. this is a town tha
, there are still many questions left unanswered. right now we want to take you live to boston where jennifer davis is standing by. jennifer, what can you tell us about what's happening now at the scene of the explosions? >> reporter: well, they are certainly sifting through every bit of evidence and that's where the details have come about the pressure cookers. they found shredded pieces of those kitchen devices that has given them a great idea of how the bombs were made. we've been getting details from the doctors at the office who gave those clues as well and said as we were seeing our patients as we were helping them through our surgeries we were finding this metal and the information is coming from different areas. there is the front but with over -- there's the investigation but with over 170 victims, there's help for them. some have had their legs amputated. there are two fronts as this town tries to recover from what happened here yesterday. >> certainly the investigation continues this morning. have -- we listened to the fbi press conference this morning where they really said no one is in
terrorists, but she said that the investigation is continuing. jennifer davis in boston, she's been covering the events there all week. some final thoughts from you, jennifer. >> reporter: well, rick, the white house said the president was personally involved in writing this speech, and his goal was twofold; both to come here and offer his condolences to the people of boston, but also to applaud their resolve. and on the streets of boston, certainly, we're seeing that as people come back out, head to work, walk their children to school, enjoy the beautiful parks. also all eyes remain on the fbi, waiting for word to see if they're getting closer to finding who was responsible. rick? rick: jennifer davis, thank you very much. please stay tuned to this fox station for continuing coverage of this story and all the day's breaking news. and, of course, anytime online at foxnews.com. i'm rick folbaum in new york. thanks for joining us. ♪ o beautiful for -- [inaudible] ♪ ♪ >> this has been spins the we'll, lanz on shot of 151. >> off to a great start. >> how is that punishment? >> have you don
the top shop clothing stores. [ applause ] chloe and marc took their 5-year-old twins with jennifer goes to disneyland. can you imagine if you're jennifer and you open the tabs and see oh, my gosh he's now with a formidable threat for whatever. according to the "national enquirer" they say jennifer is furious about his relationship because shelves he one upped her. these two crazy people never mind you. how many more years they would get back together? seven. they will get back together in seven years. they are so much into one upping. and casper, he's your background dancer and you know what? chloe is younger. and rich. [ applause ] chloe is still young enough to have a whole other family that marc and she can invent. well i'm just saying. if you think about divorce and how people go through it, you know, then you want to see who is one upping who. marc and chloe, they are 22 years in age apart whereas jennifer and casper are 18 years. so so far the winner is marc. [ applause ] anyway, look, we've got a great show for you everybody. epatha merkerson is here. we know her. now she's playi
, nails inside, ball bearings all those sorts of things. jennifer griffin pointing out by. >> this is facebook page of the younger suspect on the lose. dzhokhar tsnaraev. and the he is states a few things that are of interest. first of all he says he is muslim on his face book page. second of all it is easy to find out on the internet that he attended cambridge latin, that is a prestigious public school as he mentioned before, many, many well-known stars including ben affleck attended that high school. he was a wrestler. he received a lot of accolades from the city. in fact he received $2500 in scholarship we're told from, when he was graduating from high school. it appears if he may have been a student in boss ton. his brother, tamarlin, who is 26, and who was killed this evening, he was a student on and off from 2006 to 2006 and 2008 at various community colleges it appears from research we've done into his background. it is not clear, when did they get radicalized? certainly interesting their heritage is chechnyan, but that doesn't completely make sense in terms why one
. . >>> reporter jennifer davis joins us live from boston with more on what is happening there, jennifer? >> reporter: we have a number of things developing and if we want to start with the investigation we know the fbi is taking the lead. we know there was a saudi there at the blast and while he is not being called a suspect, officials are talking to him. although officials say he is here on a student visa and it appears to be legitimate. they served a suburb yesterday and they were seen taking a number of things out of that house as well. there is no suspect, no motive and nobody has taken responsibility for this. >> before we let you go, is there a sense of norm i, i know -- normalcy? >> yes, we are watching a man pushing a stroller and there is certainly a lot of runners out this morning. i think the city is sat and subdued and there is an increased amount of security and bags are being searched and you will see everything from search teams to national guard members around town right now. >> reporter: there is an enormous area people can't get to. it is certainly not a normal day her
jennifer and thanks for the work that the coalition does. next speaker. >> hi i am lisy marie altory and also with the coalition. we conduct outreach weekly and most recently in january and february we did a focus group of folks in shelters and captain the issues and solutions regarding the current shelter conditions so i wanted to share feedback that we got that is relevant to our conversation today and a lot of it is similar to what we heard from the senior action crew and the work that they do in the sro's but the feedback that we got that affects the lgbt aging community -- i have four points i want to share. the first is regarding staff treatment of seniors and lgbt people and this continues to be a place of abuse, lack of support, lack of competency from the staff. no training of the staff and get a sense of the issues that affect the homeless and accessing the shelters. the second is accessibility and supporting housing needs so some of the basic ada issues aren't met and places for walkers and wheel shares and elevators and getting bunk assignments appropriate to their ab
. >> she didn't know what was going on. she had more questions for me than i had had for her. >> jennifer is okay and flown back to baltimore. >> it's pretty eerie. >> ryan says he has no problem going to boston for a marathon and keith said it will take more to keep his girlfriend away from the marathon. >> rob santon supermarket rob joins us on 95 south heading home and rob, tell us the story that you saw. >> how are you? >> good. >> we didn't see the explosion. i crossed the finish line in 30 minutes of that explosion and, you know, some friends of mine were scattering ourselves and our belongings and resting in a hotel lobby a couple blocks away and i guess it happened around that time but we were walking to the subway and we were on the subway train and another passenger who was getting tweet about the explosion and at that had vacated the rail cars and closed down the subways and we had to find cabs back to the hotel and there was just emergency vehicles from all different directions. >> rob, did you have cell phone service or was that lock down? >> no. we had -- we were total locke
on the scene of a robbery. >> 5400 block of wisconsin avenue in chevy chase. we go live to jennifer donelan for the latest on what's happening. >> we have multiple crime scenes right now in two jurisdictions. are in chevy chase at the cartier store. there is yellow tape around the base of the building. people are walking in front of it. there's a large presence of media also. 8 this morning multiple suspects entered the store and it was a smash and grab robbery. they smashed open one of the glass counters and stolen property and then took off. we don't know how much property or how much it was worth. we do know that there was a pursued by montgomery county police,. they pursued the vehicle into pc we're getting unconfirmed reports from various sources that the suspect vehicle rammed a d.c. police cruiser in southeast. developing as we speak. we don't know if they have the suspects in custody. you will remember we have seen similar style robberies around. we had two at the mall in arlington within the last couple months. we had one in the city of frederick where the suspects entered and smas
under our alliances in the region. >> we have fox team coverage. jennifer griffin in the pentagon with the latest on what the u.s. military is doing to prepare for kim jong-un a threat. we begin with greg in south korea. you think tensions are rising in washington, they are at a fever pitch. there is already a new corn this friday morning there. >> hello, greg? >> hey, bret. a u.s. official confirmed to fox news that north korea raised a launcher with a dangerous new missile in a firing position and later lowered that. but experts say north korea is meaning business and that is sending a chill in the korean peninsula. >> area separating north and south korea is tense. constant talk of war from pyongyang has people on edge. this man fled across the peninsula in 1950. >> i am concerned. toric is getting stronger and i am worried about war. >> north korea fed coordinates in targets in missiles. they are reportedly shifting around and launched any time. >> nearby japan will shoot down any missile that threatens it. i think it is regrettable that north korea is taking acts. north korea
. >> remarkable. >> yes. >> up next, actress jennifer aniston chatting about a newest off screen challenge. >> one mother's comments about sharing at school causing a huge response online >>> a man found a sweet way to tell a boss he's quitting his job, pursuing his dream. >> he sent resignations to stanstead airport on a cake. >> chris's dream job wasn't his position as an agent but running his own cake business. and he is now living that dream as mr. cake. there, you can see it on the cake there. >> yes. excellent hand writing in icing. >> yes. >> i'm sure folks were happy to eat it yes. goodbye. yes. jennifer aniston's big challenge. >> here is today's on the red carpet report. >> the tragedy in boston has stars in shock. but with big events going on this week, many are still attending to show they aren't living in fair. like in new york city. robert de niro and other celebrities kicked off the tribeca film festival. >> we're out for you. you'll come out. we're out here right now because you know, we know how important to make right the rest of our days. >> the festival runs through april 28th.
around with a special guest. bill plant for cbs news and jennifer lovit for the associated press and edhenry our chief correspondant held a similar position in cnn. thoughts about the bush presidency on this day as you look at the dedication ceremony and think back at the covering and our time in the white house, start with you, bill. >> you know, this library reflects the guy that george bush employees. up have to figure out who he when you start to cover him. he a better politician than he appeared to be and he never liked to be a tamented guy . his management style direct and hands on and he knew what going on underneath him and his style with the foreign leaders was very direct. one thing that comes out in the library is his willingness to submit many of his decisions, many controversial to other people's judgments and i am sure you talk body that and so i will not belabor it. >> yeah. jennifer. >> bill is right. the library, the way it is constructed and designed it, strikings me at the same time sort of the a brilliant move to take these decisions, these big four big decisi
correspondant and traveled around with a special guest. bill plant for cbs news and jennifer lovit for the associated press and edhenry our chief correspondant held a similar position in cnn. thoughts about the bush presidency on this day as you look at the dedication ceremony and think back at the covering and our time in the white house, start with you, bill. >> you know, this library reflects the guy that george bush employees. up have to figure out who he when you start to cover him. he a better politician than he appeared to be and he never liked to be a tamented guy . his management style direct and hands on and he knew what going on underneath him and his style with the foreign leaders was very direct. one thing that comes out in the library is his willingness to submit many of his decisions, many controversial to other people's judgments and i am sure you talk body that and so i will not belabor it. >> yeah. jennifer. >> bill is right. the library, the way it is constructed and designed it, strikings me at the same time sort of the a brilliant move to take these decisions,
lamerson, jennifer teller and diane duncan. jessica's a stay at home mom who had a hard time putting herself first. keep going, keep going. i remember how much she's struggled during our first workout together on the stair mill. today she's lost 35 pounds and is taking on her first half marathon. jennifer's a working mother of three who had a hard time saying no to fast food. i now have her saying yes to healthy eating and working out. she ran the tinkerbell half marathon last year but struggled to finish. i was dead for four days and i barely made it. today she's down 32 pounds and is hoping to run her best race yet. diane's a single mom who had a lot of bad habits. a really bad tendency to do alot of frozen foods; mac and cheese, chicken nuggets, burritos. when i first met her she dreamed of completing a 5k. how you feeling? i feel good. good. diane has lost over 25 pounds and is ready to run not her first, but second half marathon. okay you guys so we're going to go get our t-shirts and this the thing that's going to be really cool because you might be in a new size. i'm a small n
, rain coming their way, dropping temperatures. let's go to jennifer delgado and get a good understanding of what may be coming their way. jennifer? >> the rain is already starting to make its way into the region of west, texas, as well as waco, texas. i want to point out to you the winds right now, 24 coming out of the northwest with some gusts at 32. we're certain to see the winds become more variable. they will city out of the northwest. you can see the shower and thunderstorms moving in. the worst is still to come. as i said to you earlier, we're out of the severe thunderstorm watch. notice as i said, look at all that lightning out there. this is why so many people need to take cover with the lightning and the hail and the gusty winds. i know a lot of people have lost their homes and many people, responders, are outside. this is certainly something you need to be aware of because we're talking potentially dangerous situation. as we sweep there you can see some of the heavier rainfall starting to work in to parts of west, texas. as we show you the winds right now you can kind of get an
is some kind of an immigrant from apparently chechnya has international implications. jennifer griffin is our national security correspondent joining us live from washington. what is the latest there, jennifer? >> reporter: jon, right now it looks like all of the effort right now is to try and find suspect number two this 19-year-old who is on the run. there have been a few dead-end including a gray civic with massachusetts plates, or a crv, a gray crv they were looking for for some time, they found it. it's empty. its not clear if he is on foot right now. but they continue to sort of shift the perimeter quite a bit. it's very interesting to see some of the reaction from these two brothers' families. the "associated press" reached the father of the two terrorists, he's living overseas next to chechnya, a part of russia, part of dagastan. he says as always in these situations it seems that this is son was skwruf such a nice boy, he was a second year med student studying at the university of whats mass at their northwestern campus, in his second year of med school we are told. he was sup
to talk to her. >>> and, well, a lot. big grab bag. deals and steals this morning. we have jennifer aniston this morning. designer zac posen's one-of-a-kind dress that's made out of 24 karat gold, i'm told also zac efron with a new film drops by. >> can't take her eyes off the dress. >> just beautiful. >> sparkly. very, very sparkly. actually that's my birthday present for you, rachel smith. >> i don't know what to say. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday. >> what a birthday present. enough already. moving on. >> we know a lot of you have been wondering where robin has been. we want to let you know she just posted on her facebook page she came back from vacation a little under the weather. she did get checked out by her doctor at the hospital, said she's feeling a lot better right now. relaxing at home for the rest of the week. hope to be back next week and know she's turning the corner right now and cannot wait to have robin back. >>> the latest breaking news from josh. a lot more coming in from texas. >> we're getting new information. as many as 15 people killed in that massive e
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. will this law just backfire on everybody? legal eagles, jennifer and heather, try this, as we call this segment. heather, it would seem this law just inviting an avalanche of litigation. >> that's exactly right. and it don't see how it is improving the unemployment situation. the only way is it's going to improve unemployment is lawyers. about it's going to have defense attorneys teaching the companies they represent how to comply with these laws. >> jennifer, if you're on the other side of this one, and i suspect you are, how would spun prove that they were discriminated against because they were unemployed and didn't get the job? >> plaintiffs will have a difficult time proving it: in the same way they have to prove they were discriminated against because of race or sex. this is not different than any other type of discrimination. people become unemployed for a whole host of reasons unrelated to job qualifications, up row lited to job performance, and employers may still look at job qualifications, job performance, all of these things. they just can't not -- >> why -- >> [overlapping speake
and performer jennifer rawlings who has performed in over 300 military shows. i went to haiti with her. comedian jeff kreisler, author of get rich cheating and comedienne and blogger leighann lord returning to the show. thank you, all. for those of us who are not politicians, it may seem egregious and mean. isn't the standard research for any campaign? >> boeing, brides and kickbacks they're on target. >> john: this isn't unusual. >> that's reassuring to me to know there are villains in the world. mitch mcconnell fits everything. frankly, it is great he might want to bring mental health into the debate. we can talk about ashley judd in sixth grade or his voting record. >> john: lee ann isn't it strange that a state as red as kentucky where, on the pro-life issue alone -- on the pro-life issue alone mitch mcconnell could clobber her seriously with the conservative voters. they would go this ferociously into her personal life as a child? >> you know what? i think they didn't go far enough. they should have joked about her in utero and joked about her lineage. i felt like i was listening to an epis
. >>> in a time of terror like this how do you protect your family and make your kids feel safer? jennifer hartstein is a child and adolescent psychologist. >> and edie is a former special agent of the secret service and a criminal investigator. ladies, sorry to welcome you here on a day like today but it's important we put aside feelings for a while. and really face this head-on. and what should we say, jennifer, initially, basically to our children? you can't escape the images? >> you can't escape the images. our impulse might be to a hide it from them. they can walk into a pizza place and the tv is on and they're going to see it. so as parents, your job is to try to reassure them the best you can that they are safe. these are unexpected moments, we see them often. they've happened more time than we care to think about. you want to try to encourage as much safety, support them and be there to answer any questions they might have. >> tell them as little as they need to know. >> you need less for younger kids, more for older kids. the older kids will come back to you. >> it's a weird thing
americans dead. including the u.s. ambassador. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has details tonight from the pentagon. good evening, jennifer. >> greenk, bret. fox news has obtained a progress report prepared by members of the house republican conference on events surrounding the september 11th attacks in benghazi. it concludes the administration's reaction was, quote: a concerted attempt to insulate the department of state from blame following the terrorist attacks. the report was prepared by the chairman of the armed services foreign affairs judiciary oversight and government reform and select committee on intelligence. all of them republican. here are their initial findings after months of gathering testimony and reviewing internal interagency communications. quote: prior to the benghazi attacks, state department officials in libya made repeated requests for additional security that were denied in washington despite ample documentation of the threat posed by violent extremists militias. further, reductions of security levels prior to the attacks in benghazi were approve
's what jennifer garner takes to keep the luscious figure. >> it would be better with the free market. >> your problem is you like coffee. for the price of one cup of coffee a day you can save somebody you f-word. >> they need alone. >> no, they don't need alone. people that are throwing people down nickel wells -- >> zimbabwe was doing well before. they were always a mess. >> no, they weren't always a mess. >> we have to take a break. i think it has always been corruption. remember live aid? all of that money. where did it go? the money that was supposed to go to people everywhere. do you have a comment on the show? incredibly unusual segment. red eye at fox news.com. go to fox news.com/red eye and click on submit a video. still to come, the half time report from america's sweetheart. andy levy. hate him. >> tonight's half time report is sponsored by zombie weddings. the ceremonies in which two undead people formalize their decision to live together as a couple. thanks, zombie wedding. >>> we are back. let's find out if we got anything wrong so far. we will go to tv's andy levy and a
are their mistakes and their whoopsies and their flaws and bad pictures. and jennifer lawrence is a case in point. yes, she messes up all the time and she doesn't care. >> she lets it work for her. she's honest about it. >> and reese witherspoon. >> jennifer lawrence flubbed bill clinton's name when she was introducing him a couple of days ago. >> bill or clinton? >> she messed up bill. >> now some other tape has surfaced of jennifer lawrence when she was winning some -- >> you said michelle. >> i screw up every day, too, and we laugh about it. >> it's human and adorable. >> let's look at the l.a. critics award in january. >> thank you, bradley, i just found out about our relationship in the tabloids today. i think we should break up. i need to take a break walking up here really -- okay. sorry to everyone i shook hands with, i'm sick, so you're screwed. i'm sorry, my heel fell, god, sorry. i'm like all three of the stooges right now. i'm on sudafed. i don't know how to recover. >> you're fine. >> am i? i'm afraid to look at all of you. >> she's up there receiving an award. so it's endearing, it
henry and fox news correspondent jennifer griffin. she is working with the independence fund to help u.s. military people who lost limbs in iraq and afghanistan. some of them lost all four limbs. we want to get these brave patriots this high tech marvel, it's called the ai a it allows amputees the semblance of independence. the chair can go everywhere. into the woods, on the beach. it gives amputees a bit of control over their lives and lessens their dependence. that's crucial, crucial to these brave men and women. chairs cost more than $10,000 each and jennifer and i want to get at least 50 more of them. so we have developed a program that could raise an enormous amount of money. i can't tell you about it right now, but it is really interesting concept. however, i had to get president obama on board with that program. and i did. mr. obama is going to help with the track chairs. again, i will give you the details a bit down the road. also, i got to go to the washington nationals game where they honor wounded u.s. military people at every game in the third inning and we salute their own
would authorize. let's get to jennifer griffin at the pentagon. jennifer, any indication that the president has ordered the pentagon to begin positioning troops anywhere? >> no, not as of yet. the president again called the use of chemical weapons in syria a game-changer but there's still no indication the pentagon has been asked to act. >> as early as last year, i asked the pentagon, our military, intelligence officials to prepare for me what options might be available. and i won't go into he details of what those options might be, but it will clearly -- that would be an escalation. >> options are ready, and if it becomes -- either if it becomes clear to me or i'm ordered to too so, we'll act. but at this point that hasn't occurred. >> dempsey went on to say that in essence, no-fly zone may not achieve what some on capitol hill would like it to achieve, so there are a lot of caveats to the plans that have been presented to president obama. also, remember, there's still currently only one aircraft carrier in the region in the persian gulf. they would have to move an air c
the world would be like following such a life altering surgery at age 32. >> reporter: jennifer mcgean as in the prime of her life, she was forced to get a full his -- surgery. >> you have to look out for number one and be your own advocate. >> reporter: that is why the alexandria woman, now 36, looked for a third and second opinion, making sure she got the best type of treatment for her type of cancer. but according to studies, nearly 3/4 of women with the ovarian cancer are not getting cutting edge care, which is leading to more cancers and more deaths. >> it shows we have a long way to go in this country, even with all of our technology and/or our advances to really provide the best care to women with this disease. >> reporter: the doctor is a gynecologist, and specializes in treating women-specific cancers, including ovarian and cervical. he says one reason why women may not be getting the best care is because they are not being treated by specialists. instead, they're seeing general surgeons or oncologists. >> not all doctors see these cancers regularly. so lumping them togeth
for coming to our aid. my name is jennifer hensel and this is my husband jeremy richmond, three months ago on december 14th, we lost our only child, daughter of 6 years aviel rose richmond. at the sandy hook elementary school shooting. on that day, mentally unstable gunman changed our lives and the lives of more than 25 other families in one of the worst ways imaginable. we are devastated. in the wake of our grief, and desperate to understand why someone would kill innocent children why someone would kill my child, we started the aveil foundation. jeremy and i are going to play to our strengths and answer the why. we are scientists and we see the world through an imp erical lens. we established the foundation to address the causes of violence through a focus on brain health. i want to start using this term brain health. because mental health is intangible. it comes with some degree of trepidation and stigma. but we know that there are real physical, manifestations within the brain that can be imaged, measured, quantified and understood. we can work with that. and then, we can fix it. we kn
no legislation touching background checks. so, why is the victory for now gone to the nra? jennifer reuben blogger for "the washington post."com and mark glaze, director of mayors against illegal guns. good to have both of you. jennifer, can the nra declare victory? here we are. public support for gun protection is plunging. no legislation passed talt federal level. >> i think we are in about the third quarter and the nra is ahead by a couple touchdowns but the game's not over yet. i think the president overreached very badly, including things in the bill never going to be part of the legislation. it gave time for the nra to organize, it gave time for the senators from red states,et. th come out with very lit until this bill in large part because they asked for too much. the president has a habit of polarizing these issues, running around the country badmouthing republicans, doesn't endear himself to the other side and harry reid would not include a bill that had dianne feinstein's favorite assault weapon ban in it. >> fair point. mark, let's just take connecticut. the state where newtown
elected, i will neither keep house nor make better. >> now, american university professor, jennifer lawless talks about her book "becoming a candidate." from the au media production center, this is 50 minute. >> becoming a candidate -- "becoming a candidate: political ambition and the decision to run for office" the author, american university professor, jennifer lawless. professor lawless, why do people run for office in the u.s.? >> lots of reasons. recently there's been something percolating in the back of their mind for a long time. related somebody wake up in the morning beside this is interesting. i don't like my comments. it's the evolution of a very long politically engaged prospect. >> is it because they're concerned about policy? is it because of an ego issue? >> guest: it depends who you're talking about. one of the biggest finances each and her difference for people are more likely to consider and think they're qualified to run for office and they would win if they rent or office. two senate and there might be ego strength involved. it's about the idea entering the elect
powers of "the daily beast" web site. jennifer rubin from the "washington post" and fox news political analyst juan williams. so, two months late. the president will finally submit his budget this week, and we know some of what is in it. let's put it up on the screen. he cut spending 1.1 trillion dollars including cuts to social security and medicare. and he gets $600 billion from more taxes. brit, how big a compromise, the president is putting entitlement cuts in writing. >> i think that is a step not inconsequential. it is a little odd the way he presented it. is it a proposal or a concession? nonetheless, there it is. this is the first time he has been willing to put the adjustment and the cost of living increase in writing and that is all to the good. i think a lot of the new taxes in there are unpassable. so the question arises: if nothing else passed would the president sign the adjustment in the cost of living increase which gets, what, $130 billion over ten years? not a lot of money but, nonetheless, not nothing. would he sign it by itself, is he proposing it or offering it in
center of san francisco, the young asian women against violence youth participant jennifer chang. kimberly how. erica lam. allie lee. adriana wen (sounds like) diana -- and amy ung. congratulations everybody. (applause) (applause) (applause) good job everybody. thank you. and so at this time supervisor -- or do i give it back to -- nancy. thank you again. >> at this time we would like to call supervisor carmen chu. (applause) >> i think that is part of the program they wanted the winners to perhaps say a few words. >> thank you for choosing our picture. we were really surprised when you did. we are really happy. (applause) >> we were very surprised. thank you very much. (applause) >> i'm tiffany chung, so happy to be recognized in such a way. thank you very much. (applause) >> hi. i name is amy. thank you for letting us having this opportunity to make this poster and also recognize us. thank you. (applause) >> thank you. i want to thank mayor lee and the members of the collaborative. as will build awareness for human trafficking issues i would like to call attention to th
name is jennifer. >> my name is simone. we are going on a field trip to take pictures up the hill. >> c'mon, c'mon, c'mon. >> actually, i have been here a lot. i have never looked closely enough to see everything. now, i get to take pictures. >> we want to try to get them to be more creative with it. we let them to be free with them but at the same time, we give them a little bit of direction. >> you can focus in here. >> that was cool. >> if you see that? >> behind the city, behind the houses, behind those hills. the see any more hills? >> these kids are wonderful. they get to explore, they get to see different things. >> we let them explore a little bit. they get their best. if their parents ever ask, we can learn -- they can say that they learned about the depth of field or the rule of thirds or that the shadows can give a good contrast. some of the things they come up with are fantastic. that is what we're trying to encourage. these kids can bring up the creativity and also the love for photography. >> a lot of people come into my classes and they don't feel like they really are cre
. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is at the pentagon. again, why the administration decided doknst designating tsarnaev an enemy combatant. catherine herridge here in washington the on the fbi's contact. with tamerlan tsarnaev who died on friday night. boston seven days after the attack. but we begin with chief washington correspondent james rosen and stunning news of another planned attack of terror. good evening, james. >> bret, good evening. canadian officials announced today they arrested two men this afternoon and charged them with plotting with the aid of al qaeda to blow up a passenger train traveling from new york to the greater torrent area. the alleged terrorist are age 30 and are raheed of toronto. they worked with canadian intelligence and u.s. national security and law enforcement officers to interrupt this alleged plot in an 8 month investigation code named project smooth. they said the plot was detected early on and neither american nor canadian citizens faced any imminent threat as a result. u.s. officials told fox news the defendants' objective was to blow u
. >> good afternoon. i'm jennifer. i'm the director of the boys and girls services in san francisco. i want to thank the staff. i wanted to speak about two things we've been disappointed in one is a simple reduction in funding and the second is the process. we've been required to submit applications individually for each of our 9 sites. we did so with a lot of specificity in the community we serve and those look different in the different community and yet we received the same funding amount for school year and summer. it doesn't make sense. we have clubs that serve smaller clubhouses and the larger ones get the same funding. we in our clubs last year provided 2 hundred jobs for the boys and girls club in the teams. we have comprehensive career and education programs. and this is the specialized k to 8 program we received no money. so we're really disappointed about it and hope i will reconsider getting back some of our funding thank you. >> thank you very much. next speaker >> i'm a project coordinator in the workforce program at c y c. i want to first thank you for funding our prog
into a black suv and they're still looking for the driver of that car. >>> this is jennifer. her husband scott has been deployed in afghanistan for seven months. so she has a surprise for her daughter alyssa. daddy, and it's got a picture on it. >> dad? >> oh. >> daddy! do you love it? >> yeah. yeah. >> oh, it breaks your heart. >> but you have this daddy right now. you can go to bed with him. >> yeah. >> do you love it? >> yeah. >> that's tough to watch. you're happy for her, but your heart goes out to her. so your family thought it would be cool if they took her to disneyland, and snow white, as you see, takes her to the wishing well, and asks her to make a wish. of course alyssa is going to wish for what? >> her daddy to come true. >> guess whose dream is about to become a reality. >> oh! >> come on, that is the best coming home i have seen. normally you would think a little girl would be kicking it with snow white, but dad is more important at this point. >>> it's the disturbing beat down video heard around the web. >> he is hitting his daughters with a television cable. >> the story behin
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